Chiefs vs. Eagles: Super Bowl 57 Player Props and Predictions

Payton Matthews | Updated Feb 09, 2023

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There's never enough data and stats to look into with Super Bowl 57 just around the corner. This time we offer some more individual player props analysis.

February 12, 2023, 6:30 PM ET
State Farm Stadium
Pointspread +1.5 -110
Moneyline +102
Over / Under o +51.5


Betting Action


Pointspread -1.5 -110
Moneyline -123
Over / Under u +51.5


Betting Action


For the first time ever, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet in the NFL postseason as they conclude the 2022-23 campaign in Super Bowl 57 from Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday. Here are some picks for the hundreds of player props for the big game.

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Kansas City Chiefs

One story line of this game will be the first-ever brother vs. brother Super Bowl as players: Chiefs Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce and Eagles Pro Bowl centre Jason Kelce – needless to say, they won’t actually be on the field together playing on the same side of the ball. Which team do the parents root for? Travis won a Super Bowl ring three years ago, and Jason did following the 2017 season, the last time Philadelphia was in the SB (and earned its lone title).

No props on Jason Kelce, but Travis probably locked in his status as a future Hall of Famer this year with his best season, catching 110 passes for 1,338 yards and 12 scores. He became the fastest tight end to reach 10,000 career yards and his seven seasons with at least 1,000 yards is a record for the position.

The tight end has been just as dominant in his playoff career. He has 21 catches for 176 yards and three scores in these playoffs. His 15 career postseason TD catches are No. 2 all-time as are his 1,467 total receiving yards, second only to the greatest wide receiver in NFL history Jerry Rice.

Kelce is the +225 favourite to lead all players in receiving yards, but we don’t recommend that simply as he doesn’t get that deep downfield. For most receptions of any player, he’s +145 and we definitely recommend that. Kelce is set at over-under 7.5 catches, and he has gone over that total eight times this season including in the playoffs.

Seventh-round rookie running back Isiah Pacheco was an afterthought earlier in the season but has taken over as the clear-cut No. 1. He didn’t do much against a good Bengals defence in the AFC title game but had 95 yards rushing in the Divisional Round vs. Jacksonville. Pacheco is set at over-under 11.5 carries and 48.5 yards. He has rushed for at least 49 yards in nine of his past 11 games overall.

Chiefs Picks: Kelce for most receptions of any player (+145); Kelce under 7.5 catches (-135); Kelce as Chiefs’ first TD scorer (+245); Kelce for anytime TD (-140); Pacheco over 48.5 yards rushing (-110).

Super Bowl LVII - Offensive Players

Most Rushing Yards
  • Miles Sanders +130
  • Isiah Pacheco +235
  • Jalen Hurts +265
  • Kenneth Gainwell +800
  • Jerick McKinnon +1300
  • Boston Scott +2100
  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire +2600
  • Any Other Player +2700
  • Patrick Mahomes +4000
  • Ronald Jones II +4300
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Philadelphia Eagles

There are several reasons why the Eagles are in the Super Bowl. No. 1 is their rushing attack that led the NFL with 32 touchdowns on the ground in the regular season behind maybe the NFL’s top offensive line. The unit has added a whopping seven more in the two playoff games.

Jalen Hurts will finish second in regular-season MVP voting, but the Philly coaching staff is just fine if he doesn’t even throw the ball 20 times because that means their ground game is working. Hurts hasn’t topped 155 yards passing in either playoff game but has rushed for a score in each and his 15 total rushing TDs (including playoffs) are a single-season record for a QB.

Meanwhile, running back Miles Sanders picked a good time to have a career year with free agency on tap – funny how guys play their best in a walk year. He had 11 rushing scores during the regular season and has added two in the playoffs. However, I’m not a fan of Sanders putting up huge yardage simply because Hurts also gets carries as do fellow running backs Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott. But if the Eagles are close to the goal line, either Hurts or Sanders will likely get the call.

My pick for Super Bowl MVP, just to be a little different, is Eagles wideout A.J. Brown. Because the Chiefs figure to load up to stop the run, that should leave plenty of man-to-man coverage on Brown. He has been very quiet in these playoffs but had at least 70 yards receiving in each of his six regular-season games.

Arguably the best Eagles player in the postseason has been pass-rusher Haason Reddick, who has followed up his 16 regular-season sacks with 3.5 more. Remember, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is dealing with an ankle injury and likely won’t be that mobile.

Eagles Picks: Hurts under 240.5 passing yards (-135); Hurts under 31.5 pass attempts (-120); Sanders under 61.5 rushing yards (-130); Brown longest reception in game (+250); Brown over 71.5 receiving yards (-120); Reddick over 0.5 sacks (-205).

Super Bowl LVII - Quarterbacks

Total Pass Attempts - Jalen Hurts
  • Over -120 +30
  • Under -120 +30